Three Catholic missionaries from Benedictine Sisters found themselves in trouble after their driver failed to stop after DCI detectives of Lang'ata division flagged him down yesterday at night.The driver accelerated the speed of his vehicle in an attempt to escape the furious DCI who swang into action and chased his vehicle.
The driver realized that his ill-fated jalopy could not match the speed of the Subaru hatchback used by the detectives.The helpless driver jumped out of the vehicle and disappeared into darkness at Kabage area.
The DCI detectives found the visibly shaken nuns who claimed to have boarded the vehicle at Malava boarder.They were heading to Karen for a convent.The three missionaries who prayer hard during the unexpected scene said that the driver was about to drop them to Karen before refusing to slow down after seeing the detectives' signal.photo courtesy-Nuns in a different event(For illustration purpose only)
The detectives conducted a search where they found 13 bales of cannabis sativa and three Jerrycans containing 35 litres of locally distilled 'Chang'aa' brew.The detectives are currently hunting the suspect.
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